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I am grateful for the human body’s ability to heal, which is nothing short of miraculous. The fact that our bodies can repair damage and rebuild themselves never ceases to amaze me.

I am grateful to have taken a walk with my son today. He told me all about the computer that he wants to build for his gaming setup. We discussed the fact that the graphics card he wants is hard to find and that buying it from someone who is charging more than retail is not a good way to go, and he agreed with me even if he doesn’t like it.

I am grateful that we are nearing the winter solstice. I dread the shortened daylight hours as they approach during the fall, but we are getting close to the point where things start to turn around. By January 21st, we’ll have light nearly a half hour later in the day and by February 21st it will be over an hour longer than on December 21st.

3 comments on “Healing, Conversations with My Son, & Longer Days on the Horizon

  1. bgddyjim says:

    Especially the liver’s ability to heal!

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    1. damien says:

      Amen to that!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Ainsobriety says:

    The body is amazing.
    In a weird twist my son was telling me about a graphics card he was interested in today. Perhaps cyberpunk has everyone planning!lol
    Anne

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